Is Your Child Kindergarten Ready?

By Tim Kaminski – Making sure that your child is Kindergarten ready is an important step in the overall success of his or her  long-term education. But making certain that your child is ready is more than just purchasing school supplies and new sneakers. Before you pack your little one off to...

College Bound

  Make your personal space pop Academics aside, gearing up for college is a big job. Whether you’re headed to the dorms or sharing an apartment or house with friends, making your surroundings comfortable and functional will let you focus on your studies. From cozy bedding to help you catch your...

10 Ways to Simplify Back to School Shopping

While kids and parents alike eagerly await the fresh start of a new school year, the back to school season is not without its share of stressors for busy families. The start of school means new schedules, teachers, shoes, backpacks and friends, as well as new academic challenges. If the shopping itself is...

Community Support Requested for Countywide School Supplies Event

Seven local organizations have teamed up to host the area’s first countywide back-to-school event and are seeking community support to help more than 1,500 students on a single day. Hosted by Fort Bend County Collaborative Information System (FBCCIS), the August 15th event will be held at the University of...

2015 Top High School Graduates

These Fort Bend top scholars have made the grade and graduated at the top of their class after years of hard work and commitment to their academic careers. Check out who they are, which Fort Bend school they attended and which college or university they plan to attend. When you see these bright, young adults...

Kn.I.L.E. Center: A“Boutique Style” Solution to Education

Kn.I.L.E. Center offers two cornerstone programs. Kn.I.L.E. Prep Academy (KPA) is a 3rd through 12th grade private school that works with both sides of the bell curve, struggling students or those who want to get ahead. Education is not a “one size fits all” concept, so the school follows the child’s...

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